A lack of health insurance leads many graduate students to delay treatment for chronic health problems, sometimes for years.
A Ph.D. who made it to the tenure track after six years as an adjunct describes all that her chair did to help her get there.
Even in a weak academic job market, you should carefully consider where you want to work and what sort of job you actually want.
We sit in our offices, surrounded by potential sources of advice right down the hall, and yet we don’t turn to them systematically for guidance.
You have to find a way to disconnect from the work environment while remaining engaged with the work.